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The Checkup
9:00 am
Tue February 11, 2014

Are ACOs Changing the Way Doctors Work Together?

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Sheilah Kast talks with Craig Behm and nephrologist Adam Weinstein.

Today, on the Checkup, we look at Accountable Care Organizations, or ACOs. Those are groups of independent providers in a particular community who join together to coordinate care—and to save money.  ACOs can include hospitals, physicians, and specialists. 

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Headlines
8:35 am
Tue February 11, 2014

The “State Of The City,” MD’s Minimum Wage, Marijuana, Storm Water Fees, & A Winter Storm Watch

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake focused the majority of her fourth State of the City speech on crime while also touting successes of the last year.
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We examine Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s “State of the City” speech, plus: MD’s minimum wage, speed cameras, marijuana decriminalization, a contract vote for a longshoremen’s union, the costs of MD’s health insurance exchange, storm water fees, and the Winter Storm Watch set for Wednesday night through Thursday night.

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Radio Kitchen
10:21 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

#1221 - Valentine's Day

February 11, 2014 - Radio Kitchen - Valentine's Day

A little later this week we all have an opportunity to express our love to the one who matters most, and Chef Jerry Pellegrino of Waterfront Kitchen knows that cooking up something special for Valentine's Day is a wonderful way to say you care.

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ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & Wealth
5:00 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

The Savers Credit

TransAmerica Center for Retirement Studies (TCRS) released survey results to help increase public awareness of the Saver's Credit, an important tax credit.  Many American workers may be missing out on a valuable tax credit this year.

TransAmerica Center for Retirement Studies

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Midday with Dan Rodricks, Mon. Feb. 10, 1-2 p.m.
3:32 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

The British Invasion

This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show.
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It’s been 50 years since The Beatles first touched down on American soil to perform on The Ed Sullivan Show. The telecast is remembered as changing popular music and culture forever.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks, Mon. Feb. 10, 12-1 p.m.
2:58 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

David Craig

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An hour with GOP gubernatorial candidate David Craig.

A conversation with two-term Harford County Executive David Craig, Republican candidate for governor and an outspoken critic of Maryland's health care insurance exchange.

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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
9:00 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Repealing Common Core?

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Sheilah Kast speaks with Republican Delegate Michael Smigiel of Cecil County, the sponsor of the repeal bill, and Margaret Bibbo, a parent and educator.

Maryland is one of 45 states that has adopted what’s called the Common Core standards for curriculum in public schools.  The Maryland State Board of Education adopted them in June 2010, but this is the school year the standards are being implemented – and the movement against them by some parents and teachers is building steam.

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Maryland Morning
8:50 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Tech Check!

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Nathan Sterner talks with Technically Baltimore's Andrew Zaleski

It's our regular "Tech Check" with Andrew Zaleski, lead reporter for the tech news website, Technically Baltimore. He joins Nathan Sterner in the studio.

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Maryland Morning
8:50 am
Mon February 10, 2014

"The Golden Spike" at The Baltimore Annex Theater

Rjyan Kidwell (left, lying down) and Doug Johnson (right, brandishing chair.)
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J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "The Golden Spike" at Baltimore Annex Theater.

Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck says "The Golden Spike" playwright R.M. O'Brien condenses "a bit of the Wild West, a bit of silent movies, a bit of Native American legend, a bit of Mormon theology, a bit of American Capitalism, and the epic of Gilgamesh" into a 95-minute format.

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Maryland Morning
8:45 am
Mon February 10, 2014

What The Iditarod Can Teach You About Math

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Tom Hall talks with Jen Reiter

Jen Reiter, a third grade teacher at the Gilman School in North Baltimore, will be heading to Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday to participate in the 2014 Iditarod, the nearly 1,000-mile race through the Alaskan wilderness from Anchorage to Nome. She won’t be one of the mushers, but rather, she has been chosen to be this year’s “Teacher on the Trail.”  Jen Reiter joins Tom Hall in the studio to tell us what that will entail.

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